New photographs have revealed the extent of the damage to Wythenshawe Hall, severely damaged in a fire.
The roof and upper floor of the Tudor-era was badly damaged on March 15 .
Manchester City Council has released photographs showing shattered stained glass windows and blackened beams.
The authority said “crucial archaeological work” is taking place at the timber-framed mansion, which was built in 1540.
It was home to the Tatton family for about 400 years.